EACU 2015

  • Drew Peterson • McGill University
  • Zach Baines • Middlebury
  • Peter Hoffmann • Hamilton
  • Liam Hogan • Villanova - recruited walk on
  • Matt Shifrin • Kenyon
  • Claude Chandonnet • Denison
  • Kevin Florio • Stevens Tech
  • Will Braden • Sewanee
  • Chris McVeety • SUNY Geneseo
  • Jimmy Djema • Suffolk University
  • J.P. O'Hare • Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute
  • Lucas Savoie • Canterbury School
  • Sam Glazer • Pomona
  • Jordan Sechan • Northfield Mt Hermon
  • David Huber • Vermont Academy
  • Paxton Dixon • Birmingham Southern
  • Scott Rivlin • Oberlin
  • Timmy Black • Kenyon
  • Brendan Ehrhart • Cheshire Academy
  • Sean Avery • SUNY Geneseo
  • Gabe Eng • Sarah Lawrence
  • Dean Shoham • Macalaster
  • Joe Scibelli • Haverford
  • Hayward Berkowitz • Franklin & Marshall
  • Jordan Owens • Washington College
  • Darryl Geyen • Cal State Bakersfield
  • Max Hummel • Bates
  • Liam Dwyer • Kenyon
  • Julia Ingoglia • Oberlin
  • Javon Barton • Manhattanville
  • Jeremy VanDuLuitengaarden • D'Youville
  • Chris Massucco • Union
  • Nick Paquette • SUNY New Paltz
  • Andrew Groll • Hamilton
  • Cort Williams • Hobart
  • Rex Bodoia • Pomona
  • Anthony Biello • NYU
  • Alex Starr • Washington & Lee
  • Jake Budde • Nebraska (walk-on)
  • Kevin McNoble • Union
and, the girls from the Girls Academic Basketball Camp
  • Megan Anderson • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Miah Andrews • Regis
  • Lucy Bancone • Denison
  • Andrea Bedard • SUNY Geneseo
  • Tara Berger • Wesleyan
  • Erin Cunningham • Trinity
  • AnnMarie DiCarlo • Franklin & Marshall
  • Elizabeth Eiden • Cal Tech
  • Sarah Feinberg • Oberlin
  • Catherine Hoy • Washington & Lee
  • Ellery Koelker-Wolfe • Claremont McKenna
  • Erika Lamere • Bates
  • Jackie Layng • St Leo's (FL)
  • Abigail McDonald • Trinity
  • Ally Mueller • Northwestern (lacrosse)
  • Sammy Mueller • Virginia (lacrosse)
  • Sarah Paller • Carleton
  • Ellery Riccio • Brandeis
  • Cheniya Sharpe • Edinboro D2 scholarship
  • Maeve Sussman • Vassar
  • Alex Vance • Air Force
  • Paige Vermeer • Yale

Harvey Rubin is a College Advisor to parents searching for help navigating the college selection process for their student athlete, as well as helping student athletes identify the "right" colleges for them to Earn A College Uniform and then advising how to achieve their goals. Earn A College Uniform is not about "placement" or talent measurement; it is about understanding the differences of the unique schools and the opportunities for a student athlete to succeed in making a manageable list from the 1300+ colleges and universities to be able to visit and ultimately choose the school "right" for them and their family.

Once the games are done, it is time for the marketing and matchmaking. The top recruits are contacted by the coaches who are trying to sell their programs to the players and hoping to make a match. In almost all cases, we make sure the players know about the schools and it is a matter of presentation, expression of interest and building chemistry. Similarly, for the players not seen as top recruits, it is also time to market and make your own selections. Take a tour to visit many campuses in a geographic area during the summer and narrow the list of potential schools to a list preferred schools and campuses. Then contact the coaches at your preferred schools with an "eloquent email" and ask them to review your video, transcript and scores.

Or, you can contact us. We offer a fee-based service to match you with the schools you are interested in (and helping you to make that list) and the coaches at those schools for them to evaluate your video, transcript and scores to find the match that is “right." We are not a recruiting or scouting service by any means - we are college advisers concentrating on student athletes interested to Earn A College Uniform based on the process we have had success with our Academic Basketball Club AAU program – over the last 10 years, almost every player completing our program has earned offers of college uniforms. We have relationships with coaches at all levels with an emphasis and preference for the top academic schools in the country (and Canada) which helps us to know about the schools, about the students at the schools and the success the graduates have in getting jobs upon graduation - so it is not about placement or talent evaluation, rather it is about helping to figure out which is the "right" school to attend college. We also have long-standing relationships with coaches at most of the boarding schools in New England, New York and New Jersey which is a very good option to consider for many families as the benefits of boarding schools and post grad years go far beyond athletics and help students in many more ways than most people consider. Following the advice of many satisfied families, we are “bottling the formula” and offering it to you so you can Earn A College Uniform.